Update on success fees on noise induced hearing loss claims

Update on success fees on noise induced hearing loss claims

Submissions concluded today before Mr Justice Phillips in Birmingham, on the point as to whether NIHL/tinnitus is a disease or injury for the purposes of fixed success fees under the former part 45 of the Civil Procedure Rules.

Judgment was reserved and will be handed down at a later date.

The judgment will be reported on in full when it has been handed down.

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